The Republic of Ireland will be looking to maintain their chances of qualifying for the 2016 European Championship when take on Poland at home this evening.
Ireland will head into the Group D qualifier at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin placed fourth in the standings with seven points from four matches.
Martin O’Neill’s side are only three points behind Poland, who lead the Group D table with 10 points.
The Irish have conceded as many as 10 goals and have conceded only three, while visiting Poland have found the target 15 times and have shipped in just two goals.
Germany and Scotland are also very much in the running for the top two spots. Both are on seven points from four matches.
It promises to be a hugely entertaining and fiercely competitive game at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin, and this is how Ireland and Poland will line up:
Republic of Ireland XI: Given, Coleman, O'Shea, Wilson, Brady, Whelan, McCarthy, McGeady, Hoolahan, Keane, Walters
Poland XI: Fabianski, Szukała, Jodłowiec, Wawrzyniak, Glik, Olkowski, Krychowiak, Rybus, Peszko, Milik, Lewandowski